Net Neutrality and the Open Internet
Scientific American on what exactly is at stake in the coming FCC vote on net neutrality.
Ajit Pai, the chair of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, has announced plans to repeal Obama-era rules requiring an open Internet with no fast lanes and no blocking, despite a public outcry to keep the rules. Scientific American saw this coming. Four months ago, this Scientific American special package of stories clarified the FCC's plans and what's at stake for ordinary Internet users and the large Internet Service Providers who have pushed for Pai's repeal. For starters, President Trump may be redefining the public interest as business interest.
Source: Scientific American